Monday, 21 April 2014

Vivo - Angel - London

Dessert is the best ice-breaker.

First of all, you're supposed to share.

So... hello spoon action ;]

Secondly, let's be real if you're talking about chocolate and cream, you're already flirting.

Right, now all you need is a location.

So where can you find a place where all the desserts are displayed right in front of you - where you can shamelessly wander around pondering which one you want.

Say hello to Vivo.

Sunday, 30 March 2014

The Rooftop Cafe - The Exchange - London Bridge - London

There are very few places in London like The Rooftop Cafe at The Exchange.

Only a handful of places exude such an exclusive atmosphere without the pretentious vibe and extensive price tag. 

Even fewer restaurants make you feel so at home that you don't want to leave.

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Layla - Wimbledon - London

I have to admit that I rarely venture down to the south side of London.

After living in Central for the past 4 years I have been a little spoilt.

Everything I could possibly dream of eating is within walking distance.

The thought of having to travel more than half an hour anywhere is a struggle.

But everything changed when Layla came knocking on my door.

She beckoned me to come down to visit her in the dirty south, all the way down in Wimbledon.

It's hard to say no to such an invitation when she looks like this...

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Budapest - New York Cafe and the Thermal baths

The best part of going away on city breaks is the exploring.

Finding that hidden cafe that only you seem to know about, and wandering around winding pathways until you get hungry.

I've never been that person that plans where I go, life is more fun when you just go with the flow.

One of my favourite places that I ambled across in Budapest was The New York Cafe.

I heard whispers of it's magnificence, but never thought that I would actually stumble across it.

It was as if I was drawn like a moth to a flame.

The New York Cafe 

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Budapest - Exploring the Castle District

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen that in December I was parading around Budapest.

I was only there for 4 days so I'm going to show you a snippet of the top few things that I did there.

So, Budapest is the capital city of Hungary, and consists of 2 cities, Buda on the west bank of the Danube River and is considered to be the Old City, and Pest is on the east bank and is the New City.

The Castle District

The Castle District (the best part of Budapest) is located in Buda - The Old City, and it is packed with historical sights, and attractions such as Fishermen's Bastion, The Holy Trinity Square, and The Royal Palace. 

It's also up on a steep hill, so if you're adventurous like me - prepare to climb up that hill and you sure are going to be rewarded at the top with such amazing views. 

Basically at the top of this...

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Hello Budapest

Meet Teto. We met at the airport. 

Monday, 10 February 2014

Thai Thai - Old Street - London

Lately, I've been going through a rough time. 

Everything felt like it was going from bad to worse. So, I would hide away in my duvet cave and refuse to come out.  

I don't like to feel vulnerable and weak. 

Most of all I'd hate people knowing that I was feeling like this.

So, I'd hide away until I was ready to pick myself up.

Of course, I did have some help along the way.

Most of it came in the form of luring me out of my cushioned lair.

First of all, proximity from my cave was key. 

The answer? Thai Thai.

It was only a stone throw away from home, so under the cover of darkness I plucked up the courage to venture out.

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